• InternetStranger
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    Persons must answer questions reasonably, i.e., intelligibly. Five in a row, in Socratic fashion. Short questions, short answers. Then, the three judges must determine whether rubbish was talked, or if they fulfilled the duty to answer properly.

    Criteria: Does the person believe what they say, or are they unjust? To attempt to claim that the argument is what matters, rather than what one really thinks, is sophistry. When a jury decides culpability in a murder case, they must believe their finding, or, they are horrifyingly unjust and should be shot down like dogs.
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